PROOF is your podcast for in-depth NFT coverage. On PROOF, we interview NFT artists, both up-and-coming and industry icons. We also cover the generative art scene, the NFT gaming/metaverse, and founders building new tools for creators and collectors. PROOF is hosted by serial entrepreneur and technology venture capitalist Kevin Rose. Time Magazine calls Kevin one of the "Top 25 Most Influential People on the Web," and Bloomberg lists him as a "Top 25 Angel Investor." Kevin has appeared on the Jimmy Fallon Show, Charlie Rose Show, and the print covers of Businessweek and Inc. Magazine.
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Kevin (CEO, PROOF) is joined by Derek (Collab+Currency), Amanda (PROOF Culture & Community), and Eli (PROOF Head of Art), live from Glitch Gallery in Marfa, TX during Art Blocks Weekend 2023. more
Kevin (CEO, PROOF) is joined by Derek (Collab+Currency), Amanda (PROOF Culture & Community), Sam (PROOF Director of Research). The crew debates about Friend Tech before discussing the latest art drops from diewiththemostlikes and William Mapan. Then ... more
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Great dives into recent events and trends in the NFT space.
Have loved Kevin Rose and the recent addition of NFTstats hosting adds a great new voice. One of the best places to stay on top of NFT trends, news and thoughts.
So grateful for Kevin Rose
I look forward to the day they get away referencing XCOPY and Chromie Squiggles on every podcast. Obviously groundbreaking in their own right, but as they know more than many, the world of art is so much bigger.
This used to be an interesting podcast to discover new NFT news and artists but has evolved into something corporate. Hearing Kevin and his guests talk about the same major artists and the million dollar bids they are making is cringe.
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PROOF launched 2 years ago and published 140 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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